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Bed Basics

4 Things That Get Easier With an Adjustable Base

You have likely seen an adjustable bed in hospitals or nursing homes, but modern adjustable bed bases have sleek, user-friendly designs that are changing the way people live and sleep. Typically, an adjustable base can range in price from $499 to upwards of $2,000, and there are many different styles and options to choose from.

Adjustable bases switch up your sleep position with the touch of a button and allow you to not only get more Zzzz's, but also to get more uses out of your bed.

Still not sure if you need an adjustable bed frame? Trust us, whether you're enjoying a twin bed or invest in a king size adjustable bed, your sleep will only get "bedder"! Here are just a few of the things that will be elevated when you spring for an adjustable bed:

Four Things That Get Easier with an Adjustable Bed

1. Breakfast in bed

Breakfast in bed is the best. With an adjustable bed base, now you can easily enjoy pancakes from the comfort of your bed! Easily enjoy your breakfast straight from the sheets without adjusting your pillows to sit upright. Simply use the remote to shift your position and you're ready to eat. Now, if you can just get someone to make breakfast for you, so you don't have to get out of bed at all…

2. Binge watching

Binge watching problems: Having to re-fluff your pillows to stay comfortable mid-binge sucks, right? Worry no more, an adjustable base lets you relax at the angle you want to, so you can keep watching your favorite shows and movies.

3. Sleep, sleep and more sleep

Studies show that sleeping in a reclined position can increase blood circulation and decrease stress and pressure on your back. Because of its adaptability, adjustable beds can be suitable for sleepers with chronic pain, sleep disorders such as sleep apnea and the average sleeper just looking for more comfort.

4. Getting comfy

Some people have a hard time sleeping on a flat surface, especially if there is joint or muscle pain involved. Waking up in pain makes even a full night of sleep not feel refreshing. Having the flexibility to customize your sleep space allows you to feel comfortable all night long. If you are tossing and turning at one angle, you can adjust your bed to any other angle for maximum Zzzz's.

Ready to elevate your sleep? If you're looking to upgrade your sleep experience, an adjustable base from Mattress Firm might be for you. Stop by your local store or shop online at MattressFirm.com to shop some of the best adjustable beds and see how much an elevated sleep angle can change your sleep!

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